The anything-but-traditional Faith on Tap series, a bar setting for discussing spiritual topics as they relate to pop culture, has found a new home — Highlands Cafe — after losing its spot when First & 10 closed. Rev. Brent Barry says the group is already developing a great relationship with the restaurant, so it may not consider returning to First & 10, even if it reopens.

The group (which has a cool new website) meets the last Monday of every month at 7 p.m. Barry says this Monday’s dicussion at Highlands Cafe will discuss songs from Bruce Springsteen’s new album — "Outlaw Pete", "The Last Carnival", "The Wrestler", "What Love Can Do" and "Working on a Dream".

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